[Wiltshire] Kernel won't run on this SBC
richard at uberpussy.net
Thu May 21 16:35:53 UTC 2009
Google tells me this is a MB/Kernel problem where the kernel is incorrectly
identifying features of the MB Chipset that are not actually present. Looks
like other non PC104 users have solved the issue by flashing their
motherboards. The other option is to use an older kernel or role your own
and turn off no-relevant features int he kernel build.
2009/5/21 David Fletcher <dave at thefletchers.net>
> On Thursday 21 May 2009 16:32:50 Simon Iremonger wrote:
> > As Richard said, try Debian ;-). For server-install-use and
> > command-line, its virtually identical to ubuntu for most
> > uses! Generally I have found a particular _release_
> > of Debian or Ubuntu is useful on account of particular
> > software versions or features, but the actual fact its'
> > Debian or Ubuntu makes little difference....
> > --Simon
> Just tried the Lenny network install, which I've had success with before.
> offers to install, then says
> Decompressing Linux.... blah...
> Booting the kernel
> BUG: Int 6: CR2 00000000
> EDI c0363f8c blah... blah...
> 2 more lines of these
> Stack: Looks like a hex dump
> And then it hangs.
> Maybe I'll try getting something earlier tonight, or bring in Lenny CD1 to
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